Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic 2020-2021 - UPDATE ON COVID 'ROADMAP'

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic 2020-2021 - UPDATE ON COVID 'ROADMAP'

28th of October, 2020

The timetable for the 'roadmap' to ease England out of lockdown

 

 

From 8 March

  • Schools and colleges will be open for all students
  • Some University Students on practical courses can resume face to face learning
  • You can meet one other person outside for coffee, picnic or exercise
  • Breakfact and after-school clubs as wraparound childcare allowed
  • Funerals with up to 30 people, wakes and weddings with up to  6 people
  • Care home residents allowed one visitor each

From 29 March

  • Two households or six people can mix outdoors, in parks or gardens
  • Outdoor sport and leisure facilities can open
  • Organised outdoor sporot allowed

No earlier than 12 April

  • Gyms and pools can open for use individually or within household groups
  • Non-essential retail, haridressers, beauty salons and public buildings such as libraries, and community centres
  • Outdoor attractions such as zoos, theme parks and drive-in cinemas
  • Pubs, cafes, restaurants can serve people outdoors and seated
  • Self-contained accommodation (one household only)
  • Weddings and wakes for up to 15 people.

No earlier than 17 May

  • Outdoor gatherings of up to 30 people
  • Indoors, the rule of 6 or two households
  • International travel
  • Cinemas, theatres, and other indoor entertainment and attractions
  • Remaining outdoor entertainment, performances etc
  • Domestic overnight stays, remaining accommodation, hotels etc
  • Indoor gym classes and indoor organised sport
  • Weddings, wakes, baptisms, bar mitzvahs for up to 30
  • Some large events - capacity limits apply

No earlier than 21 June

  • All legal limits on social contact to be lifted
  • No limit on numbers at weddings, indoor parties etc
  • Nightclubs
  • Larger events